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Note: This article was written by Katie Peters, Student Programming Director of WNTI.  This was originally published in this month’s edition of The Quill, the Centenary University student newspaper. Richard Hinchliffe, Former Centenary Assistant Professor of Radio and Director of WNTI.org Radio, passed away in early February from glioblastoma. He was 68. Before arriving at […]

Join hosts Fran Gavin and Tim Frederiks as they welcome Green Township Committeeman and former Mayor Jim Chirip to the studio to discuss challenges and opportunities for small rural townships in New Jersey. This will be the final Leadership Matters! program for this season. We will return to the airwaves in early September.​

Death is real. These are the first lines sung by Phil Elverum on his record A Crow Looked At Me, under the name Mount Eerie. Elverum was inspired to write this album after his wife, Genevieve, passed away in 2016 from inoperable pancreatic cancer. A Crow Looked At Me is an incredibly deep insight into […]

This week’s DJ of the Weeks Halifa Bradford.  Halifa is a sophomore at Centenary with a major in Communications.  He first got involved with the radio station his freshman.  He started with a jazz show called Sunset Tunes.  “Sunset Tunes started out as a jazz show aimed at playing oldie music.  But quickly evolved into […]

Dr. Jeremy Houska is the Director of Institutional Research and Assessment at Centenary University.  In this role, he provides data support for the executive team, oversees Centenary’s institution-wide assessment plan, contributes to strategic planning efforts and accreditation, and serves campus units and academic programs as they plan effectiveness studies.  When he is not working on […]

  Join hosts Fran Gavin and Tim Frederiks as they welcome guests Kathy Kwasnik and Geta Vogel, discussing the United Way Success By 6 Program, a volunteer-based coalition of child care experts and community members passionate about improving early childhood education. Hear about the wonderful work this group is doing in Warren County and their […]


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